Past Event

MacArthur Fellows Science Series: Carl Safina

May 13, 2009

5 p.m.

Chicago, IL
Cindy Pritzker Auditorium
Harold Washington Library Center
400 S. State Street 60605

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Dr. Carl Safina, MacArthur Fellow and internationally renowned ecologist, explores how the ocean is changing and what those changes mean for wildlife and for people. Safina, a founder of Blue Ocean Institute, is also the author of Song for the Blue Ocean, Eye of the Albatross, Voyage of the Turtle, and numerous articles. Please join us for a dynamic program on the interconnectedness of life on land and in the sea.

This program inaugurates the Chicago Public Library’s MacArthur Fellows Science Series and is presented in partnership with Science Chicago: Life’s a Lab, with support from MacArthur. Events are free and open to the public.

More information can be found at the Chicago Public Library website.

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